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Celebrating a centennial sundaes and beard contest watching, the Capital City Weekly spoke to long-time and short-time more photos from the event at the Capital City Weekly's "Spotted" gallery online at http://spotted...
Juneau, meet J.E.S.S. and visual storytelling "actually just kind of fell in our lap," he said.Tim Foster, an employee of the Capital City Weekly for the past six years, told CCW circulation manager Jack Marshall he had purchased a UAV and camera, and Marshall...
Untangling Southeast Alaska's fisheries

...friends, or to get to know people in our intimate circle of friends on a deeper level."As the staff writer for the Capital City Weekly, a position she held through 2013, Compton sought individual stories through a weekly feature profiling various...
SE artists recognized with Rasmuson awards

...artists Amanda Compton and Pedar Dalthorp, both honored with project awards.Compton, former staff writer with the Capital City Weekly, will use her award to produce an hour-long radio show focused on individuals who work in the Alaska fishing...
The 28th Alaska Legislature in plain English

...There's barely enough time to count the numbers, let alone figure out what's behind them. Fortunately, the Capital City Weekly is here to help.We've compiled a list of every bill and resolution passed by the 28th Alaska Legislature's...
One little cure

...small thing."Dad's response: "56723333333332222211."? Mary Catharine Martin is the staff writer for the Capital City Weekly and can be contacted by emailing
Hands-on: Meals with Midgi To Go

...Midgi To Go, after having taught cooking lessons with Community Schools. She is also a longtime contributor to the Capital City Weekly with her Meals with Midgi column. She admits freely that she's not a chef, but an enthusiastic home cook with...
Thank you from Wildlife Wednesdays

...Josh Klauder at AWA; Jeff Brown and KTOO; Capital Copy, Amy Fletcher and Abby Lowell at the Juneau Empire; the Capital City Weekly; the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council; What's Up; and many others. Thank you to board members of AWA for...
Empire Editorial: Members wanted, needed and necessary

...appearing in both the main news section, as well as some smaller sections, like Outdoors. They've also run in the Capital City Weekly with a broad reach to other Southeast Alaska communities. With exposure via these avenues, it's a bit surprising...
Empire Editorial: Embrace the outdoors in local education

...teachers and cultural luminaries are exploring through this year-old initiative.According to a recent article in the Capital City Weekly, this initiative, together with UAS and partners, aims to create school lessons specific to Southeast Alaska...


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